Tree of Codes, written by Jonathan Safran Foer

The Picture Chamber of Bruno Schulz—The Final Work of a Genius, written by Benjamin Geissler

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A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture




Quoted in Jonathan Safran Foer, Tree of Codes (London: Visual Editions, 2010), 138 [afterword].


See R. B. Kitaj, “Kitaj’s List,” The Jewish Quarterly Review 94 no. 1 (Winter 2004): 6–7. For a discussion of Schulz’s influence on Grossman, Ozick, Roth, Complicité, and Double Edge Theatre, see Daniel Watt, “Bruno Schulz’s Incomparable Realities: From Literature to Theatricality,” in Unmasking Bruno Schulz: New Combinations, Further Fragmentations, Ultimate Reintegrations, ed. Dieter de Bruyn and Kris van Heuckelom (Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi B.V., 2009), 289–306. For a study on the Quay Brothers’ animation inspired by Street of Crocodiles, see Suzanne H. Buchan, “The Quay Brothers: Choreographed Chiaroscuro, Enigmatic and Sublime.” Film Quarterly 51 no. 3 (Spring 1998): 2–15.


  • Jonathan Safran Foer, Tree of Codes (2010). Photograph by author.
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